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AMD has released CPU microcode updates for processors affected by the Spectre variant 2 (CVE-2017-5715) vulnerability. The company has forwarded these microcode updates to PC and motherboard makers to include them in BIOS updates.
Microsoft has published a patch for an Outlook vulnerability first reported in late 2016, but the patch has been deemed incomplete and additional workarounds are needed, according to the security researcher who discovered it.
Tomorrow, April 11th at 4AM ET, the 3.5 update for Fortnite is being released. While it has not been officially announced what will be included in the update, a Tweet by the official Fortnite Twitter account hinted that we will at least be getting the Port-a-Fort.
Simone Margaritelli, the VP of Research at Zimperium, has created a Linux port of Little Snitch, a popular macOS firewall application. Named OpenSnitch, the Linux port works on the same principles of the Mac version, being a host-based firewall that notifies users when apps attempt to initiate new outgoing network connections.
Three major browser makers —Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla—have put their official backing behind a new W3C API called Web Authentication (WebAuthn) that is advertised as a reliable alternative to passwordless online authentication.
Earlier today, Microsoft released its monthly roll-up of security patches known as Patch Tuesday, and this month, the Redmond-based OS maker has fixed 66 security issues.
Adobe has published its monthly security bulletin, and for the month of April 2018, the company has addressed security bugs in five products —Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Experience Manager (enterprise CMS), Adobe InDesign (publishing software), Adobe Digital Editions (e-book reader), and Adobe PhoneGap Push Plugin (development library)
Through the use of clean energy projects around the world, Apple is now globally powered by 100% renewable energy. This includes all their retail stores, offices, data centers, and co-located facilities in 43 countries, which includes the United States, the United Kingdom, China and India.
Hackers can easily spoof and hijack communications targeting sirens part of emergency alert systems to trigger false alerts and cause panic among a local population.
Kryptos Logic, the cyber-security firm running the main WannaCry sinkhole, announced today plans to allow organizations access to some of the WannaCry sinkhole data.
Mozilla will follow in the steps of Google Chrome and start blocking the loading of FTP subresources inside HTTP and HTTPS pages.
"HTTP injector" apps traded in public Telegram channels are becoming a popular method of gaining free Internet access on mobile devices.
A vulnerability in the "beep" package that comes pre-installed with Debian and Ubuntu distros allows an attacker to probe for the presence of files on a computer, even those owned by root users, which are supposed to be secret and inaccesible.
Even though Windows already has quite a few ways to create screenshots, Windows sleuths discovered a new feature called "Screen Clip" being developed in Windows 10 Redstone 5. Screen Clip allows a Windows 10 user to drag a selection of the screen and create a screenshot from it.
Google engineers are testing a shortcut in the Chrome right-click context menu that will simplify the process of inserting an emoji inside a page's form fields.
In what could only be a joke, a new ransomware has been discovered called "PUBG Ransomware" that will decrypt your files if you play the game called PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds.
If you were born in the late 90s, you probably have never used the Windows File Manager, which was the Window's file management program before Windows Explorer. Originally included with Windows 3.x & then abandoned after Windows ME, you now have the opportunity to give it a try on Windows 7 and Windows 10 as it is now open source.
At the end of this month, Nvidia will no longer be offering graphic card driver updates for 32-bit operating systems. While this is not surprising considering that all current operating systems have been distributed as 64-bit for quite some time, there are still users who are using older 32-bit versions of Windows and Linux.
Vivaldi announced today that they will be removing Facebook as a default link in their browser's Speed Dial feature. Citing concerns about Facebook's mishandling of data and their lack of privacy protection, Vivaldi's CEO has decided that Facebook is not a platform they feel comfortable promoting.